Bth, Mth, MA, D.Min and PhD
Hannam University Degree Coordinator
Phone: (02) 8838-8927
Email: [email protected]
Sang Taek is a Korean ordained by the Korean Methodist Church who emigrated to Australia in 1980 and became a minister of the Uniting Church in Australia.
Sang Taek continued to study at the University of Sydney and received MA and PhD degrees (1992) from the University of Sydney. He also received a Doctor of Ministry from San Francisco Seminary School (1988). He was awarded the Order of Australia Medal from the Australian Government for service to the community (1995) while he was serving in the Korean Community in Australia as the minister of the Korean Strathfield Uniting church. Sang Taek is now ministering to Australian speaking congregations.
Sang Taek is an adjunct lecturer of the United Theological College of Charles Sturt University and is also an adjunct Professor of Hannam University in Korea as the Australian director of Hannam and Charles Sturt University program, Sydney for the Doctor of Theology in Ministry for the Korean Diaspora. His teaching fields are Ministry and Theology, and Spirituality and Church History.
His hobby is to paint as an artist and to write poems. He won the first prize from a prize–winning poem in a Christian magazine in Korea.
“New Church New Land” (the Korean migrant church experiences)
“Religion and Social formation in Korea” ( Minjung and millennial Hope)
“An early woken bird” ( poems)
“The Kingdom of God in Korea” (Korean church history).
Sang Taek is currently writing about the early Christian community in Asia Minor, in a series hosted by a Korean Christian newspaper.